This week in L.A. theater, Ionescopade, the vaudeville musical based on Eugene Ionesco's plays, was our pick of the week, while Alcestis at the Boston Court also got a "Go." All new theater reviews are below. As Steven Leigh Morris is on vacation this week, our stage feature is a piece on L.A.'s bo ... More >>
This week in L.A. theater, Jamie Robledo's Watson and the Dark Art of Harry Houdini was our pick of the week, while ModRock at the El Portal also got a "Go." All new theater reviews are below. Our stage feature is an interview with Val Kilmer about his new Mark Twain solo show at the Kirk Douglas T ... More >>
How did progressive L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca end up running some of the nation's most violent jails? By letting Paul Tanaka do whatever he wants.
Maura LanahanOur eminent columnist, Mr. Henry Rollins![The one and only Henry Rollins will be contributing a weekly column and far-reaching reportage to the music section of the LA Weekly. Look for your weekly Henry Rollins fix right here on West Coast Sound every Friday and make sure to tune ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSNEW THEATER REVIEWSSTAGE FEATURE on Opus, at the Fountain Theatre MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR JAMES GAMMON: Sunday, August 22, 2 p.m. at the MET Theatre, 1089 N. Oxford Avenue in Hollywood. RSVP here Check back Monday night for reviews of: BOY'S LIFE, Howard Korder's 1988 ba ... More >>
Also, Jay-Z, Metric, Triorganico, Air and others
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGS NEW THEATER REVIEWS This week's stage features on Ben Bradley's Murder and The Princess and the FrogTHEATRE OF NOTE MARATHON Fire-eater Julia Prud'homme Photo by Kiff Scholl Theatre of NOTE presents its 15th annual Performance Marathon this coming Saturday, Jan. ... More >>
Top dogs Da Brat, Zen Baca and Tony V weigh in, along with street players D-Black, Marky-D and Mauricio
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Will the greatest problem in mathematics ever be resolved?
Margaret Atwood on women and power, five inventions that will change the world and the Booker Prize
The creation -- and commodification -- of Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Allan Gurganus in conversation with Bernard Cooper